At House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation we are committed to building a safe and healthy workplace for our staff and customers. That’s why we’re encouraging our staff to take a ‘safety moment’ every day.
Thanks to the rise of technology and the Internet, people with disability are finding it easier to travel than ever
People with disability and their families now have better access to disability supports that meet their needs. We have been able to support Jenny and many others also living with younger onset dementia in Ballarat and the surrounding areas thanks to the arrival of the NDIS.
For Dental Health Week we have asked our resident nutritionist about how what we eat affects the health of our mouths.
If you support someone to maintain their health and wellbeing, you play a vital role in helping them prevent mouth problems that can cause pain and discomfort.
Our short-term accommodation house Mecklenburg in Epping, Victoria works with young people with autism aged between 12 and 24. Kevin is one of our customers and this is his story.
Today, thanks to the internet and social media, there are endless ways to connect with people from all over the world. Here are some of the innovative ways that people with disability are using social media:
Tash donated one of her recent artworks she painted to The ArtGusto Give ‘Auction at the Mill’ in Geelong and her painting was snapped up for $500!